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Miguel Vazquez vs. Lewis Ritson Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card

Miguel Vazquez vs. Lewis Ritson Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card

Miguel Vazquez vs. Lewis Ritson - Miguel Vazquez vs. Lewis Ritson Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card

Lewis Ritson will conflict with previous long-ruling World Champion Miguel Vazquez on a colossal night of activity at the Utilita Arena Newcastle on Saturday April 4, live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US.




Geordie most loved Ritson (20-1, 12 KOs) created a profession best execution to beat harsh adversary Robbie Davies Jr in a captivating Fight of the Year competitor last break in October to remain in line for a took shots at the WBA Super-Lightweight crown.

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Extreme Mexican Vazquez (42-9, 16 KOs) recently held the IBF Lightweight World Title for a long time, making six guards of the title in that time, before losing to Mickey Bey by means of a questionable split choice in Las Vegas.

Miguel Vazquez vs. Lewis Ritson: Date, Time, Venue, Live Stream

  • Date: 04 April 2020
  • Time: 10:00 PM (UTC)
  • Location:  Tyne and Wear, UK
  • Venue: Newcastle Arena, Newcastle
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“He’s clearly been there and done it and got the shirt,” said Ritson. ”He is a world class contender who has battled at the exceptionally top degree of the game and keeps on doing as such, I should be on my A game to get the success here.




“That is the kind of battles we need presently to get the best involvement with that level. Move beyond Vazquez and I’m thumping on the entryway.

“Vazquez can do a touch of everything. He’s clumsy, he can battle, he can box, however whatever he brings to the table, we’ll need to adjust to that and work out an approach to beat him.

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“We can’t look past him, there’s a great deal riding on it, however in the event that we get the success over Vazquez, at that point it could prompt a World Title killed the line.”




“I think Ritson is a solid warrior and I am anticipating a hard battle,” said Vazquez. “This battle will be exceptionally engaging and it is a decent battle for the two of us, the fans will unquestionably leave glad.

“I think in Newcastle as well as over the UK fans will be supporting Lewis since they need another victor later on, yet I likewise need to be a boss again so along these lines, I feel this is an extremely captivating battle.

“I realize that Lewis will be very decidedly ready and anything could occur. I will plan as I have to, so as to win this battle on April 4.”

Hartlepool star Savannah Marshall (8-0, 6 KOs), Britain’s first since forever female beginner World Champion, endeavors to win an expert World Title in simply her ninth battle when she faces New Zealand’s WBO Light-Heavyweight ruler Geovana Peres (8-1, 1 KO).




Dillian Whyte’s quick rising Heavyweight protégé Fabio Wardley (8-0, 7 KOs) handles his first expert title shot as he ventures up to take on Middlesbrough hard-man Simon Vallily (17-2-1, 7 KOs) for the empty English belt.

Undefeated Super-Bantamweight slickster Thomas Patrick Ward (29-0, 4 KOs) makes another stride in his apparently relentless ascent to a World Title in the wake of scoring four successes in 2019 and establishing his place in the best 10 of the WBO and IBF rankings at 122lbs.

Glasgow Bantamweight contender Kash Farooq (13-1, 6 KOs) battles just because under the Matchroom Boxing pennant as he focuses on a profoundly foreseen rematch with British and Commonwealth Champion Lee McGregor following his dubious misfortune in November.

The absolute best exceptional ability in the North East element on a guard undercard with activity for Benwell Welterweight Joe Laws (8-0, 4 KOs), Newcastle Super-Lightweight Terry Wilkinson (8-0), Wallsend Welterweight April Hunter (2-0), Bedlington Super-Lightweight Darren Reay (7-0-2, 1 KO) and Spennymoor Super-Welterweight Chad Ellis (9-0).




“I can hardly wait to be back in Newcastle, it’s gotten an outright should on the boxing schedule,” said Eddie Hearn. “After his FOTY contender with Robbie Davies Jr, Lewis Ritson is straight back in the profound end against previous World Lightweight lord Miguel Vazquez as he proceeds with his mission to challenge for a World Title in 2020.

“England’s Savannah Marshall hopes to proceed with the run for ladies’ enclosing as she climbs weight to challenge for the WBO Light-Heavyweight World Title against champion Geovana Peres and World number 3 Thomas Patrick Ward hopes to proceed with his great ascent.

“There is an incredible local Heavyweight fight as Dillian Whyte’s charge Fabio Wardley takes on Simon Vallily for the English title and the skilled Kash Farooq comes back to title activity. The Benwell Bomber Joe Laws will by and by light up the Newcastle Arena and with further options to be included, we anticipate another electric climate in the North East.” Read More

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